Broward County Immigration Attorney

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Immigration law in the United States is complicated. There are multiple forms, statuses, and agencies to navigate as you figure out the best way to come to and stay in the U.S.

When you are ready to simplify the process and have someone fight on your behalf, consult with Broward County immigration attorney Shannon Rosales of Shannon Rosales Law, P.A. Attorney Rosales is committed to providing you with high-quality representation to navigate the statuses, forms, and agencies involved in the complicated immigration system. Contact Shannon Rosales Law, P.A. today for a free consultation. Se habla español.

Hiring a Broward County Immigration Attorney

Immigration law includes the laws and statutes regarding entry into the U.S. and deportation from the U.S. Immigration attorneys help individuals like you navigate these complex rules and regulations to submit the correct information in a timely manner. 

Attorney Rosales understands that whether you or your family can enter or stay in the United States is an emotional and urgent matter for your family. And you need an attorney that you can trust to fight for your and your family member’s rights. Attorney Rosales is committed to being an ally for you and has longstanding relationships with government agencies that can help facilitate your application.

Shannon Rosales will help you decipher which status to apply for and where to submit the required information and fees. Plus, Attorney Rosales will work with you to appeal the decision if the government denies your application. Whether your family is in the U.S. or your home country, Attorney Rosales will support you throughout the entire process.

Services Provided by a Broward County Immigration Attorney

Whether you are looking for status through your familial relationship, employment situation, or asylum, the Shannon Rosales Law, P.A. team is ready to help. We help people with the following immigration services:

  • Employment-based immigration
  • Family-based immigration
  • Adjustment of statuses
  • Waivers
  • U Visas and eligibility through the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA)

Employment-Based Immigration for Employees

Attorney Rosales assists both employees and employers with employment-based immigration to the U.S. Employees may apply for an employment-based visa, which grants them lawful permanent residency. These visas include:

  • EB-1 visas for professors, researchers, people with extraordinary ability, and managers and executives
  • EB-2-visas for individuals with advanced degrees and a job offer
  • EB-3 visas for skilled and unskilled workers
  • EB-4 visas for individuals, such as ministers and employees of the U.S. government in other countries

Employment-Based Immigration for Employers

Shannon Rosales Law, P.A. also assists employers seeking to hire a foreign national. Attorney Rosales helps employers negotiate the permanent labor certification program through the U.S. Department of Labor to ensure they are certified before hiring a foreign employee.

Family-Based Immigration

Are you planning to sponsor a family member coming to the United States? Attorney Rosales will help you determine which visa to apply for while completing the application and submitting the required documentation for your petition. While applying for the immediate relative or family preference visa, Attorney Rosales will advocate for your family member before the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS).

Attorney Rosales also assists individuals planning to marry a foreign national with obtaining a K-1 visa. The K-1 visa permits the future spouse to travel to the U.S. for the marriage.

Adjustment of Status

Attorney Rosales can guide you through the adjustment of status process if you are currently in the U.S. and want to apply for a Green Card. Adjustment of status is available through family-based, employment-based, refugee, asylum, and special immigrant categories. 


Waivers are requests for the government to forgive specific reasons that prevent you from entering or staying in the U.S. Attorney Rosales is available to guide you through the waiver application process and with gathering the information to support your request for the waiver.

U Visas and VAWA

Victims of certain crimes may be eligible to apply for permanent residency with a U Visa or through VAWA. Hiring a Broward County immigration attorney, like Attorney Rosales, can help you determine whether you qualify to apply for the status and gather information to support your application.

Contact a Broward County Immigration Attorney Today

U.S. immigration law provides many avenues for individuals to immigrate to the U.S. However, whether you qualify for the visa or status, how you apply, and what you can do after receiving the status vary. Hiring an experienced and compassionate attorney like Shannon Rosales is the best way to tackle U.S. immigration and citizenship law. Contact Shannon Rosales Law, P.A. today to get the support you need with navigating the intricate immigration laws.

Shannon Rosales Law handles immigration law cases in Broward County, Miami-Dade County, Orlando, and Monroe County.